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Behringer Cat Analog Synth

Behringer Cat Analog Synth

Regular price $347.99 AUD
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The 1970s spawned the first truly portable analog synthesizer, and while it was quickly adopted by lots of renowned musical artists including Jan Hammer, Chick Corea, Rick Wakeman, Jean-Michel Jarre, Isao Tomita and Keith Emerson to name a few, it was somewhat temperamental and very expensive. In 1975, a new synth strolled into town. The Cat as it was called was an analog, duophonic, three octave synthesizer that was very similar to the ARP Odyssey. Its keyboard would produce two control voltages that were routed into its two VCOs. An ultra-affordable and even more feature-packed homage to that iconic synthesizer comes in the form of the Behringer CAT. Conjure up the virtually any sound imaginable with incredible finesse and ease. The pure analog signal path is based on authentic VCO, VCF and VCA designs in conjunction with 4 variable and simultaneous oscillator shapes and Duophonic/Paraphonic capabilities. Owning a CAT is like having your own personal time machine, enabling you to freely embrace the past – or shape the future. And the best of all, it doesn’t scratch.
  • Amazing analog synthesizer with dual VCO design allows for insanely fat music creation
  • Authentic reproduction of original “CAT SRM II” circuitry with matched transistors and JFETs
  • Pure analog signal path based on authentic VCO, VCF and VCA designs
  • 4 variable and simultaneous oscillator shapes (Sawtooth, Triangle, modulated Pulse and Sub-Octave Square) for ultimate sounds
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William

First time working with it last night and boy am I tired!!!! Hahaha I didn’t sleep playing with it but got it dialled in for recording this afternoon along with a MOOG -32 without any patches!!! Damn when I add Analog’s Analog synth it’ll give it more bass AND neat highs, and then I’ll use the Bass Station 2 to colour it in. Just an idea for now…